Symantec updates antivirus products

Symantec has started delivering product updates to users through the automatic LiveUpdate feature, the company said. Previously, updates to Symantec software were only delivered via the annual release of new product versions.

Microsoft clarifies Windows XP support plans

Microsoft yesterday confirmed that it will continue to provide mainstream support for all flavours of Windows XP, including Home and Professional editions, for two years after the release of Windows Vista.

Rambus renews lawsuit against Micron

A Delaware judge has lifted a stay in an ongoing lawsuit between Rambus and Micron Technologies, allowing Rambus to file new claims and to proceed in its patent infringement suit against the Boise, Idaho, memory chip maker.

ProMOS doubles 2006 chip plant spending plan

ProMOS Technologies, one of Taiwan's largest DRAM chipmakers, has nearly doubled its projected spending on new chip plants in 2006 to $US2.3 billion, according to a company executive.

Microsoft issues WMF patch for Vista OS build

Microsoft has issued a patch for a preliminary version of its Vista OS for the same graphics-rendering problem that raised concerns about current versions of the Windows OS earlier this month.

Cisco diving into consumer electronics

A newspaper report Monday that Cisco Systems plans to enter the mainstream consumer electronics market is only the latest sign of its ambitions to expand beyond computer networking equipment.

Kodak and Skype put on free slideshow

Waiting to share photos with long overdue and overseas friends and family will be a thing of the past thanks to a new photo sharing application developed by Kodak and Skype.

The burning issue is, CDs don't last!

Don't burn your favourite picture memories, movies and music to CD and expect it to last forever. It would be lucky to last five years, say the experts. The key to long-term data security is to burn - and burn often.

Intel outlines software programs for Apple developers

Intel recently announced new software development tools and resources through its Intel Software Network. These tools and resources are intended to help Apple developers to take advantage of Intel Core Duo processor technologies to maximize applicati...

Attacks mounting on 'Million Dollar Home Page'

The wildly successful pixel-powered Web page of a British university student is coming under increasingly intense DDOS (distributed denial of service) attacks trying to knock down the profitable brainstorm.

Novell releases SP3 for SuSE Enterprise Linux

Novell has released Service Pack 3 for SuSE Enterprise Linux Server 9, which includes all security patches and bug fixes since SP2 -- of which there have been dozens -- as well as consolidating driver updates for both storage and network subsystems.

Google tries to patent single-click calling on mobiles

In a scenario a bit reminiscent of the infamous single-click patent, a Google researcher has filed a patent application for technology that would allow mobile phone users to single click on an advertisement on a Web page and be connected v...

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